The Belgian international forward, Eden Hazard, just doesn’t stop breaking new records and getting in Chelsea history and impressing the fans where he has equalized an awesome record.
The Blues Chelsea FC have had an awesome win today, Sunday, in the Premier League Matchday 11 where the Blues were able to beat Crystal Palace in a London Derby and get the three points.
Eden Hazard started the match on the bench due to a back injury he is suffering from since his match against Manchester United where he couldn’t play in the previous matches.
However, that didn’t prevent Eden Hazard from getting into the history. According to Opta, Eden Hazard became the second player in the history of Chelsea, the third in the Premier League history, and the first in 13 years to assist in three consecutive matches after coming off from the bench as a substitute.
Eden Hazard’s effect to change the game after getting on the pitch made him equalize Arjen Robben’s record with Chelsea where he assisted in three consecutive games in 2005 and equalized Tomasz Radzinski for Everton in 2004.
Knowing that Eden Hazard has assisted Alvaro Morata’s second goal for Chelsea just 91 seconds after getting on the pitch.